Gentle finishing of extremely hard surfaces

Overlapping rotational work piece movement is the basis for even, all-around surface finishes

Gentle finishing of extremely hard surfaces

The spindles allow the processing of batches of up to 18 work pieces. For this photo different work

At this year“s IMTS Walther Trowal is introducing the new drag finisher M-TMD 6M for treating high-value components that require a first-class surface quality. The new drag machines will place a mirror polish on the hardest materials – even on ceramic components. With these machines the costs for polishing can be reduced to a fraction of the costs for manual surface grinding and polishing. But even more important: They ensure absolutely repeatable, high-quality finishing results within an extremely narrow tolerance band.

Walther Trowal developed these new machines specifically for treating high-value components requiring extremely careful handling for the complete finishing process. For example, they are utilized for finishing the surface of turbine blades, impellers for turbo chargers, precision components for pumps and compressors as well as for orthopedic implants.

The new drag machines of the M-series have a carousel with multiple rotating workstations. In turn each workstation is equipped with spindle heads containing several spindle drives onto which the work pieces are attached with special fixtures. In addition, these machines also contain a stationary work bowl filled with grinding or polishing media. As the work pieces are „dragged“ through the stationary media mass, the simultaneous rotational work piece movement by carousel, workstations and spindles creates different overlapping patterns, which ensure an even and intensive coverage of the complete work piece surface.

Christoph Cruse, director of sales at Walther Trowal, foresees a big demand for these machines at some of his customers who produce delicate, high-value components. He explains: „With our new machines we want to assist the manufacturers of work pieces that must receive the best possible surface finish, and where even the slightest surface flaw or scratch might cause them to be scrapped. Furthermore, we target parts where deviations from the dimensional specifications of a few thousands mm can be a detrimental. The M-TMD drag finishers with their perfect surface coverage open brand-new possibilities for finishing such work pieces.“

Die M-TMD 4 drag finisher is equipped with four work stations and can process 12 parts in one single batch; the M-TMD 6 – with six work stations allows batch sizes of up to 18 pieces.

At this year“s IMTS Walther Trowal also displays a range of mass finishing equipment including rotary vibrators, the MV multi vib vibrators and a high-energy centrifugal disk finishing machine.

One drag finishing success story:
Polishing of the extremely wear resistant ceramic coating on orthopedic implants

One example for the successful use of the new drag finishers is a process, specifically developed by Walther Trowal, for polishing of knee femorals made from a chromium-nickel alloy, which are covered with a ceramic coating applied with a special vapor deposit method. To date these parts had to be finished manually in time consuming multiple steps with the risk of high quality fluctuations.

After a pre-grinding step the ceramic coating is polished in the new M-TMD drag finisher with a polishing medium specifically developed for this application. The result: Although the ceramic coating is extremely hard, the drag finisher produces a very smooth, shiny and highly wear resistant finish from the initially rough surface condition. The new coating extends the fatigue life of the implants from to date about 20 up to 30 years!

In developing this process Walther Trowal took an entirely new approach. Instead of using relatively soft polishing materials the company is adding an extremely hard substance to the polishing medium, namely diamond powder.

Christoph Cruse explains the advantages of the new process as follows: „Soft materials can be polished relatively easily. But the manual polishing of extremely hard coatings has been extremely difficult, especially because an even surface finish is essential for the functionality of the component. In the case of vapor deposit coating, with a layer thickness of just a few microns, it is essential not to remove too much of the coating material from the part surface. With the M-TMD drag finishing technology and the new polishing media we have resolved this difficulty: The finish is absolutely even on the entire surface area of the implants.“

Walther Trowal at the IMTS 2018
September 10 – 15, 2018, Chicago, IL, USA
North Building, Level 3, Booth 236609

The technical details

In standard drag finishers the work pieces are directly mounted to the workstations and „dragged“ through the stationary media bed producing an extremely high processing intensity. This method is more than adequate for most work pieces and produces excellent finishing results.

The new M-TMD systems allow one additional rotational movement, namely that of the spindles mounted to the workstations. The multi-spindle heads on the workstations can be also be angled allowing the adaptation of the media coverage on the work piece surface to different work piece geometries.

All process steps, from cut-down, over surface smoothing to the final polishing, take place in the same machine, without having to remove the work pieces from the spindles.

The new drag finishers are suitable for dry as well as wet processing. In wet processes for cut-down, surface smoothing and, occasionally, for polishing, special finishing compounds are used. For the targeted edge radiusing within a tolerance range of a few thousands mm, like for example for tungsten carbide drill bits or milling tools, dry grinding media are utilized. Dry processing is also used for high gloss polishing with special pastes and polishing media.

Facts about Walther Trowal

For 85 years Walther Trowal has been a pioneer and market leader in various surface treatment technologies. The company offers modular and custom engineered solutions for a wide range of surface treatment problems.

Initially only making vibratory finishing equipment, over the years Walther Trowal has continuously broadened its product range and today offers a wide portfolio of equipment and services for improving all kinds of surfaces, e.g. mass finishing, part cleaning, shot blasting and drying of a wide spectrum of work pieces, last but not least, the coating of mass produced small parts.

Walther Trowal offers not only various types of equipment but complete surface treatment systems: By linking the various equipment modules and automating the complete process, we are able to precisely adapt our process technologies to the technical requirements of our customers. This also includes various types of peripheral equipment and process water cleaning and recycling systems. Of course, we also offer comprehensive pre- and after-sale service like sample processing in one of our demonstration labs and global repair and maintenance service.

Walther Trowal serves many customers in many industries around the world. For example, in the automotive and aerospace industry, medical engineering and wind power generation.

Walther Trowal in America

The recently opened „Tech & Training Centre“ of the Walther Trowal LLC in Grand Rapids, Michigan has, among other equipment, a test lab for the „Trowal Coating“ technology allowing interested customers informing themselves about the most suitable coating method for their work pieces.

Trowal has also extended its presence in Latin America by recently opening a sales office in Mexico, which is, of course, using the knowhow and resources of the Grand Rapids facility.

Firmenkontakt
Walther Trowal GmbH & Co.KG
Georg Harnau
Rheinische Str. 35-37
42781 Haan, Germany
+49 2129.571-0
+49 2129.571-225
info@walther-trowal.de
http://www.walther-trowal.de

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ZETTLER electronics at electronica 2016

Showcasing the full range of components, including innovative solar-power relays, displays and switching power supplies

ZETTLER electronics at electronica 2016

Munich, Germany, September 20, 2016 – At electronica 2016, ZETTLER electronics GmbH will showcase its full range of products. The manufacturer and distributor of electromagnetic and electronic components will once again be present at the ZETTLER Group booth (Hall A2/655). Here, ZETTLER will be demonstrating the full breadth of its extensive know-how in the business areas: Relays, Displays, Magnetics und Controls.

– Relays: Innovative product lines of high-grade, cost-efficient components for the modern industry and consumer electronics, e.g., automotive relays, signal relays as well as special relays for highly specific applications and switching power supplies.

With its wide range of powerful solar relays (e.g., AZSR180) ZETTLER electronics is responding to continually increasing need for inverter-design driven specifications related to physical size, energy efficiency and relay safety features.

– Displays: ZETTLER will also introduces its portfolio of innovative TFT panels with capacitive touch technology, LCD modules as well as PMLCD and OLED. The wide spectrum of TFT Modules is made for numerous applications such as Avionics, Medical, Navigation Systems, Industrial Controls, Irrigation Controls, Testing/Measurement devices and Smart Metering.

– Magnetics: A variety of top quality winding goods will be presented, e.g., transformers, chokes, coils as well as switched-mode power supply modules for PCB mounting.
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– Controls: The controls portfolio offers industry leading and highly specialized support services to the HVAC/R market with a comprehensive product line, including relays, contactors and bimetal thermostatic switches.

„At electronica, ZETTLER electronics can fully demonstrate its extensive know-how and experience in the field of electromagnetic and electronic components“, explains Alexander Stöckel, Productmanagement Electromechanical Components at ZETTLER electronics. „Our shared booth with ZETTLER Group showcases our full service capabilities. We provide solutions for component applications across the industrial and commercial markets and a broad spectrum of other industries. Our products inspire innovation and support engineers from the design through to production phase.“

Download of High-Quality Images: ZETTLER electronics Booth

Further Information on ZETTLER electronics:
ZETTLER electronic Website
– Video ZETTLER Relays Production Line
ZETTLER Group Website

Building on more than a century of expertise in German precision engineering, ZETTLER GROUP is a world-class enterprise, engaged in the design, manufacturing, sales and distribution of electronic components. Its industry leadership is based on a unique combination of engineering competence and global scale. ZETTLER GROUP“s diversified product lines are designed to provide complete solutions for component applications across a broad spectrum of industries, including relays, magnetics, displays, controls and new energy solutions. With a global network of companies ZETTLER GROUP is not only present in low cost manufacturing geographies, but also has the ability to provide customer-focused solutions in proximity to local industrial and commercial markets. Located near Munich, Germany, ZETTLER Electronics GmbH serves as the European headquarters for ZETTLER Group and operates through a comprehensive network of distributors across nineteen countries, including all the key markets of the European Union, Scandinavia, Israel, and Turkey.

Firmenkontakt
Zettler electronics GmbH
Alexander Stöckel
Junkersstr. 3
82178 Puchheim (München)
+49 89-800-97-0
Alexander.Stoeckel@ZETTLERelectronics.com
www.zettlerelectronics.com

Pressekontakt
Lucy Turpin Communications GmbH
Birgit Fuchs-Laine
Prinzregentenstrasse 79
81675 München
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zettler@lucyturpin.com
www.lucyturpin.com

Wide Contact Gap Solar Relay: ZETTLER electronics‘ 80 A High Power PCB Relay

High power PCB relay with wide contact gaps and patented thermal bridge to meet higher isolation requirements and prevent critical overheating in PV applications

Wide Contact Gap Solar Relay: ZETTLER electronics

Munich, Germany, June 16, 2016 – The ZETTLER electronics GmbH , a manufacturer and distributor of electromagnetic and electronic components, has announced the availability of its new single pole 80 A solar relay. The innovative AZSR180 series is designed for the photovoltaic industry, to fulfill solar inverter and other application requirements.

Developed for PV applications of up to 20kVA (single phase) / 55kVA (three phase), this high power PCB relay is well suited for medium sized to larger roof top-based as well as commercial systems, deployable up to 4,000 meters above sea level. It can handle 80 A current at an energy efficient holding power of only 100 mW and offers a dielectric strength of 5,000 Vrms. The wide contact gap (> 2.05 mm) and large isolation spacing (> 10 mm) support extended requirements for use in photovoltaic applications.

A special feature of AZSR180 is a thermally-conductive copper bridge that connects the two parallel contact springs for level distribution of any excessive heat between the two contacts. Even in an extremely seldom case of a total failure of one of the two parallel-connected contacts, this „thermal bridge“ prevents critical overheating of the latter contact and thus relay destruction.

With the AZSR180, Zettler has demonstrated its commitment to continue expanding its wide range of innovative AC side solar relays. The company is responding to ever-increasing inverter-design driven specifications related to physical size, energy efficiency and relay safety features. In parallel, it is also meeting demands for higher isolation requirements (e. g., IEC 62109 and UL 62109), as well as higher kVA capacities and switching currents.

For a complete listing of Zettler“s relay solutions please visit the website . For technical information and preliminary datasheets please contact ZETTLER electronics GmbH .

Contact data
– Max. switched / continuous current80 A
– Max. switched power2,400 W or 22,160 VA
– Max. switched voltage150 VDC or 440 VAC
– Rated load 80 A at 277 VAC, resistive
– Contact gap > 2.05 mm

Coil data
– Power at pickup voltage (typical)270 mW
– Power max. continuous dissipation2.0 W at 20° C (68° F) ambient
– Power temperature rise15° C (27° F) at nominal coil voltage

Isolation data
– Dielectric strength 5,000 Vrms coil to contact / 2,500 Vrms between open contacts
– Isolation spacing> 10 mm
– Reinforced isolationEN 60730-1 (VDE 0631, part1), EN 60335-1 (VDE 0700, part1)

Mechanical
– Ambient temperature -40° C (-40° F) to 85° C (185° F)
– Vibration0.062″ (1.5 mm) DA at 10-55 Hz
– Shock10 g

Building on more than a century of expertise in German precision engineering, ZETTLER GROUP is a world-class enterprise, engaged in the design, manufacturing, sales and distribution of electronic components. Its industry leadership is based on a unique combination of engineering competence and global scale. ZETTLER GROUP\“s diversified product lines are designed to provide complete solutions for component applications across a broad spectrum of industries, including relays, magnetics, displays, controls and new energy solutions. With a global network of companies ZETTLER GROUP is not only present in low cost manufacturing geographies, but also has the ability to provide customer-focused solutions in proximity to local industrial and commercial markets. Located near Munich, Germany, ZETTLER Electronics GmbH serves as the European headquarters for ZETTLER Group and operates through a comprehensive network of distributors across nineteen countries, including all the key markets of the European Union, Scandinavia, Israel, and Turkey.

Firmenkontakt
Zettler electronics GmbH
Alexander Stöckel
Junkersstr. 3
82178 Puchheim (München)
+49 89-800-97-0
Alexander.Stoeckel@ZETTLERelectronics.com
www.zettlerelectronics.com

Pressekontakt
Lucy Turpin Communications GmbH
Birgit Fuchs-Laine
Prinzregentenstrasse 79
81675 München
+49 (0)89 – 41 77 61 – 13
zettler@lucyturpin.com
www.lucyturpin.com

Now available: ZETTLER electronics General Purpose Miniature Power Relay AZ576

New electromechanical relay series shows best-in-class performance ratings for applications in appliance, lighting, controls and similar industries

Now available: ZETTLER electronics General Purpose Miniature Power Relay AZ576

Munich, Germany, March 1st, 2016 – The ZETTLER electronics GmbH (http://www.zettlerelectronics.com), a manufacturer and distributor of electromagnetic and electronic components, introduces its new AZ 576 relay series. Designed for applications in the appliance, lighting, controls and similar industries, the miniature power relay meets the ever increasing demands for more power, more cycles and higher ambient temperatures.

Establishing best-in-class standards in terms of UL performance the 20 A power relay solution performs at 277 VAC at an ambient temperature up to 85° C (185° F) with ratings of 20 A for 30 k cycles. At 105° C (221° F) it has ratings of 17 A for 100 k cycles (1 Form A) as well as for 30 k cycles (1 Form C). Coil voltages range from 3 to 110 VDC. At nominal coil voltage operate time is typically less than 8 ms with release time of typically less than 4 ms. Pin spacing is an industry-standard (5.0 mm). General purpose, pilot duty, HP, inductive, and TV loads round out the top UL ratings. A 5kV coil-contact dielectric strength and a 10kV surge resistance ensure that the AZ576 is robust enough for even highly susceptible applications.

Class F insulation (155° C / 311° F) is standard. Additionally, the relay is available in an epoxy sealed version allowing reliable usage in demanding environments. Its low height of 16.2 mm and its standard frame as well as the standard contact layout qualifies the relay for use in different applications for a number of industries, including industry electronics, home and HVAC appliances and vending machines.

With the AZ 576 Zettler provides cost-efficient alternatives to its already existing monostable relay series AZ 762 and AZ 764. For a complete listing of Zettler“s power relay solutions please visit the website (http://www.zettlerelectronics.com/cms/front_content.php?idart=9). For technical information and datasheets please contact ZETTLER electronics GmbH.

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Key Benefits
– Ambient temperature up to 105° C (221° F)
– Monostable power relay for net loads
– UL, CUR file E44211
– Standard frame and contact for general purpose applications

Applications
– Industry electronics
– Home appliances
– Vending machines
– HVAC appliances

Availability:
Immediately ( Download Datasheet (http://www.zettlerelectronics.com/pdfs/relais/AZ576.pdf))

Contacts data
– Arrangement
SPDT (1 Form C)
SPST (1 Form A)
– Max. switched power: 510 W or 5540 VA
– Max. switched current: 20 A
– Max. switched voltage: 30 VDC or 277 VAC
– Rated load
20 A at 277 VAC, resistive, 85° C (185° F), 30 k cycles
17 A at 277 VAC, resistive, 105° C (221° F), 100 k cycles (1 Form A)
17 A at 277 VAC, resistive, 105° C (221° F), 30 k cycles (1 Form C)

Coil data
-Power at pickup voltage (typical): 225 mW
-Power max. continuous dissipation: 1.7 W at 20° C (68° F) ambient
-Power temperature rise: 26° C (47° F) at nominal coil voltage
-Max. temperature: max. 155° C (311° F) Class F

Isolation data
-Dielectric strength: 5,000 Vrms coil to contact / 1,000 Vrms between open contacts
-Isolation resistance: 1,000 M min. at 20° C (68° F), 500 VDC, 50% RH

Mechanical
-Ambient temperature: -40° C (-40° F) to 105° C (221° F)
-Vibration: 0.062″ (1.5 mm) DA at 10-55 Hz
-Shock: 10 g

Building on more than a century of expertise in German precision engineering, ZETTLER GROUP is a world-class enterprise, engaged in the design, manufacturing, sales and distribution of electronic components. Its industry leadership is based on a unique combination of engineering competence and global scale. ZETTLER GROUP“s diversified product lines are designed to provide complete solutions for component applications across a broad spectrum of industries, including relays, magnetics, displays, controls and new energy solutions. With a global network of companies ZETTLER GROUP is not only present in low cost manufacturing geographies, but also has the ability to provide customer-focused solutions in proximity to local industrial and commercial markets. Located near Munich, Germany, ZETTLER Electronics GmbH serves as the European headquarters for ZETTLER Group and operates through a comprehensive network of distributors across nineteen countries, including all the key markets of the European Union, Scandinavia, Israel, and Turkey.

Firmenkontakt
Zettler electronics GmbH
Alexander Stöckel
Junkersstr. 3
82178 Puchheim (München)
+49 89-800-97-0
Alexander.Stoeckel@ZETTLERelectronics.com
www.zettlerelectronics.com

Pressekontakt
Lucy Turpin Communications GmbH
Birgit Fuchs-Laine
Prinzregentenstrasse 79
81675 München
+49 (0)89 – 41 77 61 – 13
zettler@lucyturpin.com
www.lucyturpin.com

Pixargus: With image processing technology for sealing profiles to goal-line technology in football world cup

From a start-up company to a leading systems provider: Image processing for the quality control of carbon fiber fabrics used in lightweight automotive construction

Pixargus: With image processing technology for sealing profiles to goal-line technology in football world cup

Core elements of the carbon fabric inspection system: eight high-resolution GigE CCD line scan camer

At Vision 2014, Pixargus will present its latest development in image processing technology: integrated measurement solutions for inline quality control of carbon fiber fabrics used to make car body components for a new generation of electric vehicles made by a leading German premium car producer.

In the production of carbon fiber fabrics, the new WebControl Carbon Fiber Systems, developed by Pixargus and arranged downstream of the weaving units and the automatic tying machines, check the quality of the fabric from powder coating down to the reeling process. The systems operate with sensors that measure and inspect the product as it is being powder-coated and sintered. They check the product for missing bundles and provide information for the analysis of material defects. All measurements – with the exception of the weight per area measurement – and all the inspections are based on optical systems.

As a general contractor, Pixargus supplies several measuring systems, interlinks them in a network and combines the data measured by the various sensors into a global data map, allowing the customer to analyze the results within a context, not isolated from one another. The systems decide autonomously whether a product should be shipped or not … and, as a last consequence, they will even decide on the stoppage of production.

Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Philipps, one of the founders and managing directors of Pixargus: „One of the challenges in image processing today is to compile the results from different inspection systems and sensors in an easy-to-comprehend form on the screens or in quality reports. Therefore, also image processing software must be designed to be able to handle distributed computer systems. And what is more, the systems are used in the industry. Therefore, the performance of the systems no longer exclusively depends on the underlying algorithms, but also on their robustness in field use. They must be able to cope not only with natural process variations, but also with the typical operating conditions prevailing in industrial plants – 24 hours a day for 360 days a year.“

From a start-up company to a general contractor for total quality control systems

In only 15 years, Pixargus has evolved from a three-man start-up company into a leading technology provider, whose image processing systems have become indispensable assets at the world“s leading manufacturers of high-tech components.

Already during their assignments at the Institute of Plastics Processing (Institut für Kunststoffverarbeitung IKV) of the Technical University RWTH of Aachen/Germany, Rene Beaujean, Björn Lindner and Jürgen Philipps had concentrated on the development of systems for the surface inspection and measurement of plastic profiles. In 1999, they established Pixargus as a spin-off of the Institute.

Since then, the company has evolved in a way characteristic of successful, medium-sized companies specialized in image processing technology: from single unit to series production, from single sensors to integrated quality assurance solutions, from the evaluation of isolated measured data to automated „ship-or-block“ decisions …. and eventually „start-and-stop“ decisions for the production machines.

With its very first product, ProfilControl, Pixargus soon became the leading provider of optical surface inspection systems for rubber profiles in the automotive industry. Worldwide almost all major manufacturers of rubber profiles for the automotive industry use Pixargus systems to control the surface quality and the dimensional accuracy of their products.

Shortly afterwards, Pixargus introduced its ProfilControl Dimension (PCDX) systems for profile measurements, immediately followed by the Dual Head solution, which combines the measurement and the surface inspection of profiles in one unit. As a next step, in order to assure the quality of extruded rubber profiles as early as possible in the production chain, Pixargus took product control „upstream“ by introducing ProfilControlRoughness (PCR) 20/40, a system capable of checking the quality of the compounds in an automated procedure.

Over time, the service and product portfolio has been further diversified. In addition to the market leadership Pixargus gained with its ProfilControl systems, the company has become increasingly renowned as specialists in providing solutions for highly complex inspection tasks. Jürgen Philipps: „Pixargus“ specialty is that we can provide complete, integrated solutions even for most challenging out-of-the-ordinary requirements. In other words: Pixargus starts where others stop. We started to acquire our extensive image processing know-how long before we founded Pixargus. Therefore, our technological lead is backed by two decades of active research and development.“

Based on its initial products, the company developed systems for cables, for tubing – first for the automotive industry, later also for medical applications – and for pipes, as well as for windshield wipers, profiles for window frames and precision profiles made of metal.

Another development milestone was the transition from circular, 360-degree measurements of profiles to the inspection of sophisticated, highly textured web material, such as woven and non-woven fabrics, foils and plates. The image processing algorithms developed by Pixargus are capable of detecting defects concealed in highly textured structures.

2014: Image processing technology conquers the football field

The same technology as used by Pixargus for the measurement of defects in moving profiles forms the basis of the goal-line technology for football fields developed by the Pixargus subsidiary GoalControl. Based on images sent by up to 14 cameras installed around the pitch, this image processing system instantly detects whether the ball has passed over the goal line and sends a message to a watch worn by the referee. The system enjoyed a successful premiere at the 2014 FIFA World CupTM in Brazil. GoalControl performed excellently during all 64 games. In many critical situations, the system helped the match officials make the correct decision, especially for Bryan Ruiz“ goal for Costa Rica against Italy and in the match between France against Honduras, when the referee decided on a goal after having received the confirmation from the goal-line system.

About Pixargus

Pixargus develops and produces systems for optical inline measurement and inspection of continuously produced long products such as profiles, tubing, tubes, webs and cables made of a great variety of materials. Established in 1999 as a spin-off of the Institute of Plastics Processing (Institut für Kunststoffverarbeitung IKV) of the Technical University RWTH of Aachen/Germany, Pixargus has specialized in optical quality control of extruded products made of plastics and rubber.

Pixargus systems inspect sealing profiles – for example, for the automotive industry – and tubing, catheters, cables or window seals as well as raw material (compounds) made of thermoplastic elastomers (TPE) and rubber. Additionally, Pixargus offers systems for the inspection of – textured, woven or non-woven – web material.

Worldwide almost all major manufacturers of automotive rubber and TPE profiles use Pixargus systems for surface inspection and profile measurements. Also in medical engineering Pixargus has set new standards with its inline surface inspection systems for medical tubing.

In the production chain for CFRP, Pixargus systems detect weaving and material defects, inspect the gap width, measure and check whether the powder has been properly deposited, measure the degree of sintering, and so on. To allow a comprehensive data analysis, the data measured by the various sensors are interlinked and integrated into a “global data map”. This makes it possible to optimize production processes and guarantees 100 percent flawless products.

The company, based in Würselen near Aachen/Germany, is active worldwide through its US branch and various international technical agencies.

Firmenkontakt
Pixargus GmbH
Dirk Broichhausen
Monnetstraße 2
52146 Würselen / Germany
+49.2405.47908-0
+49.2405.47908-11
info@pixargus.de
http://www.pixargus.de

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Suesterfeldstr. 83
52072 Aachen / Germany
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